20-minute long helicopter flight with Air-glaciers
This 20-minute long helicopter flight will let you discover the best of what the Jungfrau Region has to offer as the helicopter first takes you to the world famous trio - the Eiger, Mönch and Jungfrau. After flying by the notorious and challenging Eiger North Wall, you will follow the rugged cliffs and impressive glaciers to the opposite side of the valley to the peak of Schilthorn, where one of the famous James Bond movies was filmed. From there you will fly back to land in Lauterbrunnen, the valley of waterfalls. If you wish to walk on a glacier, top off your flight with a landing* on Petersgrat at an extra CHF 20 per person. After landing, you will have a short break to walk around and capture the breathtaking landscape.
- Scenic flights over stunning mountain lakes, glaciers and the peaks of mountain ranges
- Fly across the north face of the Eiger by helicopter
- Spectacular glacier landings
- Combine your trip with heliskiing or skydiving in the Bernese Oberland
- Unforgettable 20-minute flight, departure from the Heliport in Lauterbrunnen
- Breathtaking view of the most beautiful peaks of the Bernese Oberland
- Professional Pilot who will fly you safely through the mountains
- Get interesting information about the Region
- Bring your own camera to take unforgettable pictures of this stunning landscape
- Glacier landing if the weather permits
- Transportation to Heliport Lauterbrunnen
- 3-person minimum per flight
Safety measures in place
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